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FORD RESSURECTS THE MAVERICK NAME WITH A NEW HYBRID PICKUP

Ford has introduced the very first standard-hybrid pickup truck, the 2022 Maverick. The Maverick name was originally used on a compact sedan and coupe built from 1970-1977, and has been given a new life on the tailgate of this very exciting new truck. Based on a unibody chassis design, the Maverick offers a 4-door cab configuration with a standard 48” bed.
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The Maverick’s standard powertrain is a 2.5L hybrid four-cylinder with front-wheel-drive and a continuously variable transmission. Fuel economy is a thrifty 5.9L/100KM, previously unheard-of in the small truck category. The available 2.0L EcoBoost engine pairs with an automatic transmission and all-wheel-drive to give the Maverick up to 4,000lb towing capacity.
Ford Maverick
The interior is replete with thoughtful storage, Ford’s excellent SYNC 3 infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and comfortable seating for 5. It’s made with sustainable seat fabrics, and the flooring is made from recycled clothing. Out back, the FLEXBED™ design makes it easy to add a bike rack, various types of dividers and more with a little creativity and a trip to the hardware store.
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We expect the Maverick to make its debut at Downtown Ford later this year. For more information and to sign up for updates, click below to visit our website!
Ford Maverick
Reservations are open for the all-electric F-150 Lightning
Click below to learn more and place a refundable deposit
Downtown AutoGroup supports the fight against COVID-19
in partnership with Women's College Hospital
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Downtown AutoGroup is proud to support Women’s College Hospital (WCH) in their efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Our Downtown Toyota dealership, In conjunction with Toyota Canada’s Cars For Good initiative, is providing three 2021 Toyota Sienna Hybrid minivans for the WCH Mobile COVID-19 program.
Teams comprised of physicians, nurses, and other staff from Women’s College, SickKids, Mt. Sinai, and UHN will be visiting long-term care homes, shelters, congregated living facilities, and schools to administer testing, care and vaccines right here in Downtown Toronto. At present, 300-600 people are being vaccinated each day under the program with that number expected to rise as more doses become available.
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Teams comprised of physicians, nurses, and other staff from Women’s College, SickKids, Mt. Sinai, and UHN will be visiting long-term care homes, shelters, congregated living facilities, and schools to administer testing, care and vaccines right here in Downtown Toronto. At present, 300-600 people are being vaccinated each day under the program with that number expected to rise as more doses become available.
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Women’s College Hospital has a 135+ year legacy of identifying and addressing women’s health gaps. Founded by Canada’s first female doctor, no institution in Canada has a longer or more impactful track record of delivering pioneering firsts for women and the under-represented within healthcare. They have a longstanding reputation for helping the vulnerable and underserved who are most often women and people who identify as Black, Indigenous, LGBTQ2+ and people of colour.

5 THINGS ABOUT:
JACOB CHAPMAN, PRODUCT ADVISOR

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1. Jacob is originally from Perth, Ontario.
2. Jacob graduated from the Automotive Business School of Canada with an honors degree in Commerce.
3. Jacob previously worked for the Canadian Government in Defects and Recalls, investigating reports of safety and manufacturing defects in vehicles.
4. Jacob’s favourite cars are station wagons, especially fast ones. He says his obsession with cars began in childhood “as soon as I could speak.”
5. In his free time, Jacob enjoys running, lifting weights, and listening to music.
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